This is a free audio recording of the endearing story "The Little Tadpole (More Ways Than One)" written by Katharine Pyle, published 1899. Narrated by G. Barrett. This text appeared in the book entitled "Story Hour Readings - Fourth Year" by E.C. Hartwell, published 1921. Thank you for listening. Topic: Katharine Pyle Magical Children's Story
Story and illustrations by Beatrix Potter, read and animated by Tim Bulkeley of http://BigBible.org This story is still in copyright in the EU and so should not be downloaded from there.) Topics: animated, children's story, beatrix potter, animals
This is a LibriVox audiobook read by Maria Therese. The scene of this story is laid in Kentucky. Its heroine is a small girl, who is known as the Little Colonel, on account of her fancied resemblance to an old-school Southern gentleman, whose fine estate and old family are famous in the region. (Introduction taken from original book.) Librivox project page: The Little Colonel Download M4B (24MB) favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: audiobook, children's story, kids story, farm life Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
This is a free audio recording of the Grimm fairy tale "The Twelve Dancing Princesses", first published 1812. Narrated by G. Barrett. Thank you for listening. Topic: Wilhelm Jacob Grimm Fairy Tale Children's Story
This is a free audio recording of the Japanese legend "The Single Lantern Of Iroka", adapted by Frances G. Wickes and appeared in her book "Happy Holidays" published 1921. It is a good story to read on Labor Day. Narrated by G. Barrett. Thank you for listening and Happy Labor Day. Topic: Japanese Legend Children's Story Frances G. Wickes
This is a children's story written and read by Walter. It is about a small man and how his life is changed when he meets Rosemary the wonder flea. Topics: children's story, Willy, flea, miracle, moral tale
This is a free audio recording of the Grimm fairy tale "The Three Spinning Fairies" written by the Brothers Grimm, first published 1812. Narrated by G. Barrett. Thank you for listening. Topic: Wilhelm Jacob Grimm Fairy Tale Children's Story
Welcome to episode 6 of the Indies' Reading Block Podcast! There's been a slight change to this episode. Last episode we mentioned we were going to feature a short story from Holly Barbo, but due to unforeseen circumstances, I was forced to reschedule. Holly's story will now be featured on the February 15 show. This episode we'll be featuring MR. MONKEYBADGER AND THE CANDYFLOSS ORANGUTAN by Dan Wright, a children's short story. This episode is rated G. Dan lives in Canterbury. He picked up a... Topics: dan wright, short story, children's story, indie, author, podcast
READ BY THE AUTHOR - in his many funny, character voices BAGGY GATOR "Granny Bootz Comes to Visit" When Granny Bootz shows up, is there any warning that they will be flying upside-down in Navi-gator's old bi-plane? Add swamp cabbage, a manatee who imitates Elvis, Baggys nephew, Little Nipper, and his best buddy, Lillia DiValli - well, being upside-down begins to seem rather normal. It all happens when Granny Bootz comes to visit her nephew, Baggy Gator. (NOTE: If you liked ROCKY &... Topics: books, children's story, kids, animals, Baggy Gator, cartoons
Blogging Against Disablism Day 2012 - Clippity Cloppity Goat and the Troll. A fairy story re-written to help change people's minds about what it means to be disabled. Topics: Blogging Against Disablism Day, BADD2012, Trolls, Stories, Narrative, Disability, Fairytale,...
This is a free audio recording of "The Story Of The Year" written by Hans Christian Andersen 1852. Narrated by G. Barrett. Thank you for listening. Topic: Children's Story New Year's Day Fairy Tale Hans Christian Andersen King Winter
In the first part of today's two part sermon, Cynthia speaks to our children through a story that talks about the peace that Jesus brings. In the second part, she shows how hymns came to be and the joy or pain that can be the driving force behind their composition. Scriptures from Isaiah. Topics: sermon, audio, rev, cynthia, o'brien, smith, memorial, presbyterian, church, fairview, oregon,...
BAGGY GATOR BABY-SITS HIS NEPHEW, LITTLE NIPPER How can such a peaceful fellow as Baggy Gator find himself getting squirted with a water pistol, almost arrested by a traffic cop, viewing a museum and dodging their guards while trespassing in a Keep Out exhibit room under construction? Like the National Enquirer, this story "tells all." (NOTE: If you liked ROCKY & BULLWINKLE, you will love BAGGY GATOR stories. They are just as crazy.) Topics: Baggy Gator, Little Nipper, Lillia DiValli, pets, animals, children's story, kids
The old fisherman had a good dog and an evil black cat. The dog was called Boley and the cat, Serzhina. "Master, this cat will be our undoing! Let's drive her away! Black cat, evil cat!" yelped Boley. "Don't say that! You'll see that Serzhina will change and become good!" answered the old fisherman.... The Legend of the Black Sea-an unforgettable story which shows that strength of will is above everything else. Topics: fairy tales, children's story, kids stories, short stories, children's fairy tales, bedtime...
This short, animated children's story tells the tale of the great ping pong ball experiment which took place on the Nile River at the end of 1999. Included within this upload are versions of this video that play well on Apple's iPods and Motorola's Droid phone. Topics: great ping pong ball experiment, phil shapiro, kimberly race, Nile River, children's story, Adobe...
This is a story with illustrations commissioned from Suda Chen. It was written by Dav Yaginuma as part of a marriage proposal scheme. Thus the story is incomplete, as the last page was intended to lead to the real life down-on-one-knee popping of the question as Mie arrived at the last page. Now that Dav and Mie are married, they will republish soon with a proper ending for the story (along with a few more wonderful illustrations). You can read more details about it here:... Topics: burning man, children's book, dav, mie, suda, children's story, black rock city
Children's story for young women, with illustrations by Charles F. Lester. Originaly published by M. A. Donohue & Company, and copyrighted in 1919 by New York Book Company. This book is now in the public domain in the U.S.A. since it was published before 1923. There are; Rich Text Format (RTF), TIF images of each page in a (ZIP) file, a (PDF) file and (GIF) slide show of various sample pages from this book avalible if you click on the 'All Files: [HTTP]' link. Topics: Merryvale Girls, Alice Hale Burnett, Illustrated, Illustrations, Pictures, Art by, Charles F....